Visegrad Insight 1/2014 (5)

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Visegrad Insight 1/2014 (5)

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Maidan, Migrants, and Democracy

Visegrad Insight No. 5

The fifth issue of Visegrad Insight presents a serious helping of focused analysis and opinion on three major topics: understanding the Ukrainian Maidan movement, debates on migration, and attitudes towards democracy in Europe.

Read more on the Visegrad Insight webpage.

Oksana Forostyna writes that “the ongoing occupation of Crimea and other cities in Eastern Ukraine ensures that the people are kept on high alert,” while Martin Ehl argues that migration in Central Europe is a far-reaching matter thus far only addressed poorly by politicians, but with long-term implications for each of the states and societies involved.

Is Europe really united in diversity? Both ethnic nationalism and religion remain major ideological driving forces shaping global politics, writes Ivan Krastev, one of most influential public intellectuals today. Political platforms that contradict democratic ideals ahead of the European elections attest to this opinion. Visegrad Insight brings together the most recent debates and research connected to this question.

In addition, the focal point on the Eastern Partnership identifies future challenges to the European Neighbourhood Policy. A must read for readers looking for insight into Central European affairs.

CONTENTS

EUROPE – MAIDAN, MIGRANTS AND DEMOCRACY

Bankers, hipsters, and housewives: revolution of common people Oksana Forostyna

Labor migration as an invisible but strong economic issue. Commentary Martin Ehl

Ukrainian migrants in the Czech Republic Yana Leonityeva

Report: Forecasting immigration into the V4 Marta Jaroszewicz, Wadim Strielkowski

Migration policies towards third-country nationals Mariusz Podgórski

Diaspora oriented organization in the V4 Magdalena Mazur

European commuters Matteo Tacconi

Sticky issue or election-clincher? Matthew Shearman

Freedom of movement and cross-border migration. Recent debates on migration in Europe Jędrzej Burszta

New Europeans Gertruda Gecaite

INTERVIEW – POPULATION FLOWS IN THE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

Cherry picking for a hungry Europe. Interview with Attila Melegh by MátéZombory

INTELLIGENT MIND – IN DEFENSE OF DECADENT EUROPE

In Defense of Decadent Europe Ivan Krastev

Tolerance requires competitiveness Hywel Ceri Jones

COMMUNITIES – COEXISTENCE

“The village will never be the same again.” Coexistence in northern Hungary Cecília Kovai

ECONOMY AND BUSINESS – FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

Mobility is an opportunity. Interview with Eduard Palíšek, CEO of Siemens Czech Republic by Pavla Francová

No drain, no gain Maciej Kuziemski

CHALLENGERS – NEW EUROPE 100

Tech startups of New Europe Kornel Koronowski

ANALYSIS – ENEMIES OF DEMOCRACY

What people think of democracy Radosław Markowski

When the party is over Dominika Kasprowicz

Normative Poles meet masculine Slovaks Piotr Żakowiecki

VISEGRAD ABROAD – RETREAT FROM THE EAST

A fresh look at the East Bruno Lété

Would you call the Eastern Partnership a failed project? Interview with Matthew Bryza byWojciech Przybylski

The end of the Neighborhood Spasimir Domaradzki

BOOKS – DELUGE OF BOOKS

A deluge of books Katarína Kucbelová

We know that we read but we don’t know what we read Petr Minarik

Text dumping. Interview with Geza Morcsányi by Lila Proics

All that glitters is not gold Przemysław Witkowski

Reviews by Katarzyna Dudzic-Grabińska, Jan Rejžek, Michal Jareš, Ivana Taranenková, Magdalena Malińska, Judit Görözdi, Csaba Pléh, Renáta Deák

ARTS / LOOKING BACK – ENTRY LEVEL

The joys of obedience. Papers, Please Piotr Sterczewski

The Vietnamese in Poland Ewelina Chwiejda

Where stuffed sharks don’t live: On the Czech artistic puddle and its fish Marek Sečkař

ESSAY – THE LEGENDARY WEST

The Legendary West János Háy

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